Have you ever heard a tune that makes you want to let loose? It’s almost like the music has taken over your body and you can’t help but move and groove to the beat.
That’s what happened when this little girl and her choir started to sing “Old Church Choir,” by Zach Williams at church.
The little girl rocked out to the music.
Loren singing in choir this morning. In case you can’t find her she’s the one in pink and brown 😉 Zach Williams. You can download this song at- http://smarturl.it/OCCVV
Posted by Jennifer Patterson on Sunday, October 29, 2017
Jennifer Patterson shared the video of her little girl, Loren, singing and dancing on her Facebook. She captioned the video, “In case you can’t find her she’s the one in pink and brown.”
Patterson told TODAY that she and her family were relatively new members of the church and choir, and this particular day was actually the 6-year-old’s first day singing in front of the congregation.
Luckily for Loren it didn’t appear that singing in front of a group of strangers made her nervous.
Loren sings in her church’s children’s choir, while her mother sings in the adult choir.
Patterson was also singing at the same time as Loren, but she and the other members of the choir were standing behind the children and couldn’t see.
“I noticed some people making faces and something like that, and my husband [Mike] was in the audience,” the mother of two told TODAY. “So I saw him laughing and I didn’t know why, so I just continued singing and I didn’t know what was going on.”
It wasn’t until after the service that a member of the congregation showed Patterson a video of her daughter.
Once her video went viral Loren and her family got to meet Zach Williams.
Patterson wasn’t too surprised at her daughter’s dancing. According to her, Loren is constantly dancing and singing around the house.
“That’s just her personality; she’s so bubbly and she’s been that way all her life,” she told TODAY.
One thing that has surprised Patterson is the number of people who have reached out to her after watching the video.
“I’ve gotten them from around the world, from people saying they’ve been blessed in one way or another,” she told ABC News. “One I remember in particular was a woman who renewed her faith just because she felt the conviction when she watched the video.”
As for Loren’s reaction to her dancing going viral, Patterson said that her daughter thought nothing of it. Plain and simple, the little girl loves to dance because it makes others happy and that’s precisely what her viral video has done.